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11-11-2013 07:55 AM
jinstall This is a dual projector




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11-11-2013 07:51 AM
Tiger-Heli K2 also makes lights for the older Focuses.

Not sure I like the amber brow LED's, but if you do ...

BTW - looks like it has both white and amber brow LED's, so I ASSuME you can wire it up however you want it to work.
11-10-2013 09:56 AM
dbsimms63
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Those lights have a single projector and a reflector housing for the hi-beam. NOT dual projectors.
Yes I corrected myself about the high beam projector, but no one caught that.
11-10-2013 09:10 AM
jdubhack
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Dual projectors? What do you mean?
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Each headlight has a double projector lens for the low and high beams. Most headlights have the projector on the low beam only, but this has it onb the high beam as well.
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So what you mean is this headlight has the low and highs in the same projector? are you sure?, it seems separated in the pictures, low beams in the projector and the high beams in the H1 bulb.

And what about the DRL? is always the turn lights function when you have low beams on at night or is only at day?
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No, look at the pic, inside the housing you will see two lenses, one is a low beam projector and the other is a high beam small, rounded reflector, I thought it was a projector but it isn't. I would assume the DRL brow is always on since it turns yellow with the turn signals.
Those lights have a single projector and a reflector housing for the hi-beam. NOT dual projectors.
11-10-2013 07:25 AM
F35-JSF The pic is a little muddy on my phone, I don't see it either but there are these

http://m.ebay.com/itm/181182466837?nav=SEARCH&sbk=1
11-10-2013 06:59 AM
giangy11 Im sorry but i really see only one lens for projector (low beam)

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11-09-2013 04:54 PM
dbsimms63
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So what you mean is this headlight has the low and highs in the same projector? are you sure?, it seems separated in the pictures, low beams in the projector and the high beams in the H1 bulb.

And what about the DRL? is always the turn lights function when you have low beams on at night or is only at day?
No, look at the pic, inside the housing you will see two lenses, one is a low beam projector and the other is a high beam small, rounded reflector, I thought it was a projector but it isn't. I would assume the DRL brow is always on since it turns yellow with the turn signals.
11-09-2013 01:46 PM
xMarcox
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Each headlight has a double projector lens for the low and high beams. Most headlights have the projector on the low beam only, but this has it onb the high beam as well.
So what you mean is this headlight has the low and highs in the same projector? are you sure?, it seems separated in the pictures, low beams in the projector and the high beams in the H1 bulb.

And what about the DRL? is always the turn lights function when you have low beams on at night or is only at day?
11-09-2013 01:35 PM
dbsimms63
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Dual projectors? What do you mean?


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Each headlight has a double projector lens for the low and high beams. Most headlights have the projector on the low beam only, but this has it onb the high beam as well.
11-09-2013 12:47 PM
xMarcox
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I saw these this morning:http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tchlink:top:en
I really like the all black look, dual projectors, and price. Opinions??
Dual projectors? What do you mean?


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